As we drift into April, I look back on March to see what I managed to accomplish. It was rough month for me and I am glad it was one of the months I take a few days off in. Those quarterly breaks make the difference between me burning out and being able to function like a normal human being. I tried not to give myself too much for March and am happy with what was accomplished. I'm going to attempt a few more goals this month as next month might see me offline for a week or two due to some house work we need doing. So I want to get more done this month.
The month of February has come and gone and it's time for me to look back on what I wanted to accomplish and what I actually MANAGED to accomplished as well as setting out March's goals.
It's the first Friday of February so that means, time to recap January's monthly goals and then lay out my goals and plans for this shiny new month!
Let's start the year off strong and for me that means making goals. Goals should move you forward. You start with a few yearly goals, then break them down over the months to make it easier to manage.
January is the perfect time to consider your Yearly Goals (which I did in last week's post). From there, I've created my first set of monthly goals for the year.
We've finally reached the last month in this year. Time for a final set of goals before we hit a brand new year! What do you want to get done before the end of 2020?
Yes, I am finally back from my sabbatical...kind of. I'll only be uploading Friday posts twice a month. So, how was my sabbatical, you may ask. Well, I will be discussing it in my next blog post as there is a lot to unpack. But I thought I'd start my return with a Goals Post. …
I'm not sure how this year is going so slowly and yet so fast at the same time. I feel like we've fallen into some weird wormhole where time is moving oddly.
However, one thing is sure, I am definitely feeling like I've more time so that means I've added more goals to my monthly list 🙂
Okay, let's start with the usual recap of last month's goals and how I did.
How's everyone coping with the lockdown/stay at home orders? Not much has changed for me as I work from home anyways, and am pretty much a home bird so I'm lucky that it's not such a big shock to the system.
I have a nice chunky list of to-dos that am planning to get done (as well as) these goals, now I have more time since there's a lot less errand-running and family commitments to do. I also plan on really diving into more writing!
It's goal-setting time once again, is it weird I'm actually starting to ENJOY my goal setting?
Okay, so old habits die hard... REALLY hard and I've gone back to more than 5 goals. You heard me, I have crowbarred in a few more goals. Though in my defence, my goals haven't hit double figures.